Gene Autry And The Cass County Boys

The Cass County Boys

Fred Martin hailed from Linden (Cass County), Texas, and the trio adopted the Cass County moniker purportedly after a WFAA radio announcer called them the “Cass County Kids”. In the early 1940s, Gene Autry had Jimmy Wakely, Eddie Dean and others doing ‚Ķ

Frosty the Snowman (78rpm Version) by Gene Autry with The

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The Cass County Boys – IMDb

The Cass County Boys, Actor: The Gene Autry Show. The Cass County Boys were formed at Dallas radio station WFAA circa 1935 where, as staff musicians, they harmonized between programs. They were first called the Early Birds, then the Cass County Kids, after the home of accordion player Fred Martin, born June 22, 1916 in Linden, Cass County, Texas.

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Gene Autry and the Cass County Boys Frosty the Snowman 78

Gene Autry and the Cass County Boys Frosty the Snowman/When Santa Claus Gets Your Letter #38907 78 on Columbia Records. I do not have an active turntable currently so I have not played the record myself. | eBay!

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Gene Autry & the Cass County Boys – Columbia Records #90072-V (78rpm) Side 1 – Frosty the Snowman (missing piece of label) Side 2 – When Santa Claus gets Your Letter- Not a museum piece & not a piece of rubbish; somewhere out in the middle. – Record has scratches, dings, & wear. It’s been played & enjoyed, for sure.

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